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Over the last two decades, opioid prescription and prevalence has increased to account for over 33,000 deaths per year (Soelberg, Brown, Du Vivier, Meyer & Ramachandran, 2017). This is not

Over the last two decades, opioid prescription and prevalence has increased to account for over 33,000 deaths per year (Soelberg, Brown, Du Vivier, Meyer & Ramachandran, 2017). This is not only due to overdose, but misuse, abuse, and addiction. The abrupt increase in prescriptions, pills dispensed, and opioid-related deaths have encouraged the involvement of multiple entities.

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  • 2019-04-22
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